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Renting a house often means making due with someone else’s interior design preferences (or the lack thereof). A real estate agent or property owner can deny you painting that statement wall in the living room, or putting nails in the walls for frames. But what are your rights exactly, and how much can you do to a house, without doing too much? And when you’re not allowed to change very much at all, how can you still change it up so it feels fully yours?
Communication is key
You don’t know how much you can get away with before you…
There’s no denying that many Melbourne houses are not built to be eco friendly. They’re drafty and expensive to heat, and come with none of the many modern solutions for saving water and power. But as more of us want to reduce our impact on the planet than ever before, it becomes imperative that our houses keep up. That’s why we’ve put together a list of some of the quick ways you can reduce your carbon footprint that doesn’t cost a lot or need much work at all.